To wrap up our free evidence series, we have one more generic argument — this file, by Cross Examination Debate Association Champion Derek Ziegler, outlines another core controversy of this year’s topic: Federal vs. State action.

The States Counterplan is a large issue on most domestic topics, and for good reason. There has been much debate about the federal role in transportation infrastructure and some question as to whether smaller projects, tailored to specific state needs, would be a better solution than one-size-fits-all federal grants.

Check out the file, and let us know what you think! What counterplans are you planning on reading this season?

6 Comments

  1. Alicia says:

    When I tried clicking on the link, all that came up was jibberish. I have the newest Word on my computer, so it should have read it.

    • lsabino says:

      Hi Alicia,

      We’re working on making this a little easier, but try “right-clicking” it, then selecting “save link as.” If you save it as a .doc, you should be able to read it. If that still doesn’t work, then I’d be happy to send it to you. Either way, let me know if that works for you!

      Thanks,
      Lauren

  2. lsabino says:

    Just to follow up, I converted it to .PDF, which may be a little easier to view. Go ahead and try it now, and let me know if you have any further issues.

    Thanks!

    -Lauren

  3. Marc Reyes says:

    Is there any chance the powerpoint from Saturday’s lecture at Skyline HS will be made available on this site??

    • lsabino says:

      I’ll contact the speakers — I’m sure that’s no problem. We’re definitely open to posting them if there’s interest!

  4. Alicia says:

    PDF worked. Thanks!

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